Ryan Day, Jim Knowles, Kevin Wilson preview Ohio State vs. Penn State in press conference – The Columbus Dispatch

  • October 26, 2022

After beating Iowa at home after the program’s off week, Ohio State football is back on the road Saturday afternoon.
The Buckeyes will travel to State College, Pa. at noon Saturday to take on Penn State. Ohio State’s matchup against the Nittany Lions will be the team’s second-straight “Big Noon Kickoff” game and will be televised on FOX.
Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day previewed Penn State in his weekly press conference at noon Tuesday. He was followed by defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Jim Knowles and offensive coordinator and tight ends coach Kevin Wilson.
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Ohio State vs. Penn State is set to be a day game at Beaver Stadium for the first time since 2009, with each of the last five road trips to face the Nittany Lions have had kickoffs of 5:30 p.m. or later.
The Buckeyes currently hold onto a five-game win streak against Penn State, with three games decided by single digits.
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Penn State’s last win against Ohio State came at Beaver Stadium in 2016 when the Nittany Lions beat the Buckeyes 24-21. Ohio State has won its last two road games against Penn State.


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